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October 27, 1894


JAMA. 1894;XXIII(17):651. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421220023007

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Under the heading of "Association News" we again print the notice issued by our Association Treasurer who very properly gives the reasons why members in arrears should lose no time in promptly remitting the amount of their annual subscriptions due last June. Every sentiment of professional pride and Association fellowship should enlist our members in the good work of supporting the Trustees in their efforts to give the members and the medical profession of America one of the best medical journals in the country.

It should be a source of pride to the Association that its Journal office is now prepared to do all the work required of it, but it must be remembered that heavy drafts on the Association treasury were made in order to accomplish it. The presses are paid for, and the new equipment has not a penny of indebtedness resting upon it, but it will require

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